Shakespeare Survey: Volume 61: Shakespeare, Sound and Screen by Peter HollandShakespeare Survey: Volume 61: Shakespeare, Sound and Screen by Peter Holland

Shakespeare Survey: Volume 61: Shakespeare, Sound and Screen

EditorPeter Holland

Hardcover | December 8, 2008

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The theme for Shakespeare Survey 61 is 'Shakespeare, Sound and Screen'.
Title:Shakespeare Survey: Volume 61: Shakespeare, Sound and ScreenFormat:HardcoverDimensions:426 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.98 inPublished:December 8, 2008Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521898889

ISBN - 13:9780521898881


Table of Contents

1. Sarah Siddons, Theatre Voices and Recorded Memory Judith Pascoe; 2. Playing with Shakespeare's Play: Branagh's Love's Labour's Lost Anna K. Nardo; 3. Bottom and the Gramophone: Media, Class and Comedy in Michael Hoffman's A Midsummer Night's Dream Peter Donaldson; 4. Maurice Evans' Richard II on stage, television and film Russell Jackson; 5. Richard II on the Screen Charles R. Forker; 6. 'Where Lies Your Text?': Twelfth Night in American Sign Language Translation Peter Novak; 7. 'This Uncivil and Unjust Extent Against Thy Peace': Tim Supple's Twelfth Night, Or What Violence Will Alfredo Michel Modenessi; 8. 'There's No Such Thing': Nothing and Nakedness in Polanski's Macbeth Lindsey Scott; 9. Ghosts and Mirrors: The Gaze in Film Hamlets Simon J. Ryle; 10. 'It's a terrible thing to hate your mother, Ben': Mind Control in Hamlet and The Manchurian Candidate Catherine Grace Canino; 11. Channelling the Ghosts: the Wooster Group's Remediation of the 1964 Electronovision Hamlet Thomas Cartelli; 12. Listening to Prospero's Books Evelyn Tribble; 13. Lend Me Your Ears: Sampling BBC Radio Shakespeare Michael P. Jensen; 14. An Age of Kings and the 'Normal American' Patricia Lennox; 15. Shakespeare and British Television Olwen Terris; 16. A Local Habitation and a Name: Television and Shakespeare Laurie Osborne; 17. Paying Attention in Shakespeare Parody: From Tom Stoppard to YouTube Christy Desmet; 18. Madagascan Will: Cinematic Shakespeares/Transnational Exchanges Mark Thornton Burnett; 19. Still Life? Anthropocentrism and the Fly in Titus Andronicus and Volpone Charlotte Scott; 20. Hamlet and its early sources Ian Felce; 21. 'Speak, that I may see thee': Shakespeare characters and common words Hugh Craig; 22. Who Do the People Love? Richard Levin; 23. A Partial Theory of Original Practice Jeremy Lopez; 24. Shakespeare Performances in England, 2007 Michael Dobson; 25. Professional Shakespeare Productions in the British Isles, January-December 2006 James Shaw; The Year's Contribution to Shakespeare Studies: 1. Critical Studies reviewed by Michael Taylor; 2. Shakespeare in Performance reviewed by Emma Smith; 3. Editions and Textual Studies reviewed by (a) Eric Rasmussen, (b) John Jowett.